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Blücher may refer to:
Ships named Blücher (after Gebhard von Blücher) include:
- SMS Blücher (1877), a training corvette of the Imperial German navy
- Blücher (steamship), a 1901 steamship of the Hamburg America Line
- SMS Blücher, an armoured cruiser of World War I
- German cruiser Blücher, a heavy cruiser of World War II, sunk in the Oslofjord
Other things named Blücher include
- Derby shoe, called a blucher in American English, whose laces tie over the tongue on two flaps
- Blucher shoe, a shoe with open lacing, similar to the derby, but with vamp in one piece.
- Blücher Order, an East German decoration named after Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher
- Blücher (locomotive), an early railway locomotive built by George Stephenson
- Blücher is the name of a song by power metal band Kamelot from their 2007 album Ghost Opera.
- Wolf pack Blücher, a German wolf pack of World War II
- Frau Blücher, a character in the 1974 film Young Frankenstein
- Blücher, a hand in the British card game Napoleon
- Blucher, Newcastle, a small district of Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
- Blücher (film), a 1988 Norwegian film
- Blücher, a boarding house at Wellington College, Berkshire, England
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